Spider-Man: No Way Home Review: Here’s How ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Is Before Going To The Movies

Priyanka Singh, Mumbai Bureau. Spider-Man: No Way, the 27th film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has been released in home theaters. The film is the third installment in the Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home series. The story of the film starts from where the previous film Spider-Man: Far From Home ended. In the … Read more

Atrangi Re Movie Review: Even the love triangle of Sara, Dhanush and Akshay did not work, the story of ‘Chakachak’ turned out to be poor

Smita Srivastava, Mumbai. As a director, Aanand L Rai has given hits like Raanjhanaa, Tanu Weds Manu, Tanu Weds Manu Returns. The story of all these films was written by Himanshu Sharma. These small town stories have been around love and marriage. Now this Jugal Jodi’s film Atrangi Re has been released on Disney Plus … Read more

The Great Indian Murder Review: Stunning performance of the actors in the murder mystery chock-full of political conspiracies and tricks, read the review

Manoj Vashisht, New Delhi. The kind of cinema Tigmanshu Dhulia creates, his stories often go hand in hand with the characters’ undercurrents of commentary on contemporary politics. So, Tigmanshu gets the pitch to play freely when it comes to a story woven around a high-profile murder like Six Suspects, which is chock-full of political conspiracies … Read more

Mithya Web Series Review: Mind game of teacher-student swinging between truth and lies and a murder… Read full review

Manoj Vashisht, New Delhi. The truth is the truth and the lie is the lie. If anything happens between them, it is all false. G5’s web series Mithya is the story of a mind game between a teacher and a student, which begins in class and ends behind bars. The check-out game that started in … Read more

Smita Srivastava, Mumbai. Eve’s daughter wants help Yashoda’s hummus, Radha’s daughter Ummah of Payambar, daughter of Julay Khan Those who are proud of Hind but where are they A long time ago, Sahir Ludhianvi had raised questions through these lines. Quoting these lines in a scene from the movie Gangubai Kathiawadi, released in theatres, Sanjay … Read more